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Physical, Cognitive Performance Linked in Diabetes Patients, Research Shows
Findings could help health care workers identify patients at risk for dementia, according to a team that includes a U of A researcher.
U of A Observes Week to Raise Awareness about Nurse-Midwifery Practice
Interest in nurse midwifery is growing among University of Arkansas nursing students, and the school is observing National Midwifery Week starting Sunday through Oct. 6.
Nursing School Launches Newest Class of Students With White Coat Ceremony
The U of A held its eighth white coat ceremony, a tradition started for new nursing students after the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing received a grant from the Arnold P. Gold Foundation.
Nursing Faculty Compare Electronic to Handwritten Note-Taking Methods
Two nursing faculty members found no evidence that one method — electronic note-taking versus handwritten — leads to better academic performance than the other method.
Nursing Career Fair
The University Career Development Center in collaboration with the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing will host the Nursing Career Fair from 3:30-6:30 p.m. Sept. 13 at the Epley Center.
Nursing Director Chosen for Wharton School Executive Leadership Program
Susan Patton, director of the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing at the University of Arkansas, was selected to participate in the AACN-Wharton Executive Leadership Program.
U of A Nursing Instructors Recognized as Leaders by Arkansas Center for Nursing
Nick Hopkins and Jaclyn Johnson work as hourly clinical instructors for the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing, and both are U of A graduates of the nursing school.
Nursing Students Both Teach and Learn During Trip to Ghana
Students had the chance to learn about the Ghanan culture and to offer their medical knowledge in return. Some students also collected data for their honors research.
Rural Arkansas Nurse Accomplishes Longtime Goal Through U of A Online Program
After a false start in the 1980s, Cheryl Clayborn of the Deer community returned to the university via an online program to earn her bachelor's degree in nursing this year.
Nursing Student Celebrated as Member of Razorback Classics Class
Grace Davis, who will graduate from the U of A tomorrow with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, was honored May 3 as one of 22 students in the Razorback Classics Class of 2018.